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Australia is home to some of the finest Asian restaurants in the world, and Brisbane has its fair share of them. On Little Stanley Street in South Brisbane, one of the best around can be found in the form of Viet De Lites, a Vietnamese restaurant with superb local reputation. Their location – right by the Brisbane River, and close to the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre – is perfect for office workers and tourists alike, and they are open from 11-30 every day, so you can always be sure of a great feed when you need one.
Sehr leckere und authentisch vietnamesische Küche. Netter staff. Preise absolut angemessen. TOP
Fresh, Tasty and Quality Produce Used. I recommend this venue.
Food was not properly cooked, vegetables especially, felt very undercooked. Was with 8 of my friends there tonight to have some decent dinner and turns out the undercooked food causes some of us to have stomachaches. Please take extreme caution when cooking and do not repeat this action again in the future. Regards. Nigel
Great Vietnamese food is never that far away in Australia, and the outpost of this superb Asian cuisine in South Brisbane is Viet De Lites, a Viet delight on Little Stanley Street near the riverfront. Travellers to South Brisbane station will be able to reach it easily, as will those attending the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, and when you arrive, you will be met by a menu packed with fresh ingredients, traditional cooking techniques and a fully-licenced bar.
Those sitting down to a meal at Viet De Lites on Brisbane’s Little Stanley Street will be astounded at the array of Vietnamese favourites on display. Starters include crispy spring rolls, rice paper rolls, chicken satay skewers and fish cakes, which can be followed by papaya salad or one of the iconic Vietnamese noodle soups. Vegetarians will be more than catered for, with plenty of meat-free options, and seafood fans will love their extensive prawn and squid options. Book a table now for a South Brisbane feast you won’t forget.